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    National Security

    The National Security Service is the national intelligence agency of the government of Uzbekistan. It was created as a successor to the KGB following the collapse of the Soviet Union, and retains the same responsibilities and a similar range of functional units, including paramilitary police and special forces.

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    China's tailor-made national security law unveiled
    International

    China's tailor-made national security law unveiled

    China's tailor-made National Security law has finally pronounced doom over the Hong Kong citizens who for months had been out on the streets to save their city's special status.

    S.Korea, US nuclear envoys meet
    International

    S.Korea, US nuclear envoys meet

    The top nuclear envoys of South Korea and the US met in Washington, after North Korea threatened to take ...

    Rahul Gandhi condoles deaths of soldiers in China clash
    Politics

    Rahul Gandhi condoles deaths of soldiers in China clash

    Former Congress President Rahul Gandhi offered condolences to the families of three Indian soldiers who were killed in a ...

    US Justice Dept drops case against ex-NSA Michael Flynn
    International

    US Justice Dept drops case against ex-NSA Michael Flynn

    The US Justice Department is dropping its criminal case against former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn, who had pleaded guilty to lying to Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) agents about his connection with a Russian diplomat, The Hill reported The moves by the department come more than two years after Flynn's guilty plea.

    Petrol bomb attack on Gurumurthy's residence foiled
    National

    Petrol bomb attack on Gurumurthy's residence foiled

    Chennai police has taken into custody two persons in connection with an attack on the residence of Thuglak Editor S. Gurumurthy.

    Andhra govt resorted to oppressing people as unable to suppress 'Save Amaravati movt', says Gaala Jayadev
    Politics

    Andhra govt resorted to oppressing people as unable to suppress 'Save Amaravati movt', says Gaala Jayadev

    Lambasting Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Jagan Mohan Reddy for extending by three months, the period of the existing preventive detention order in the state, Telugu Desam Party MP Galla Jayadev on Friday said the state government has resorted to 'oppressing the people' as it was unable to suppress the 'Save Amaravati movement'.

    Andhra govt extends period of 'preventive detention act' for over 3 months
    National

    Andhra govt extends period of 'preventive detention act' for over 3 months

    Andhra Pradesh government on Friday issued an order, empowering the collectors and district magistrates and the commissioners of police in the state to exercise powers of detention under the National Security Act,1980 for up to three months.

    Modi govt's approach to border security in J-K has sent signals across the border: Jitendra Singh
    National

    Modi govt's approach to border security in J-K has sent signals across the border: Jitendra Singh

    Union Minister Jitendra Singh said on Wednesday that the Modi government has followed an entirely different approach on border security, saying it has sent signals across the borders in Jammu and Kashmir and has also boosted morale of people living in border areas.

    Diplomats can do with better home connectivity (Column: Spy's Eye)
    National

    Diplomats can do with better home connectivity (Column: Spy's Eye)

    instrument for advancing the cause of the nation's economic and security policy foreign policy quite simply is the product of the country's economic and security concerns. The government of the day formulates a policy accordingly and our envoys implement it with all the suavity they can bring to bear in the handling of foreign entities. Sometimes a doctrinaire approach could override the national security angle Prime Minister I.K. Gujral adopted a Pak policy that ignored the available Intelligence to the effect that Pak ISI had planned to replicate the success of Afghan Jehad in Kashmir by pumping in Mujahideen into the Valley. The 'covert' offensive of Pakistan later developed into the Kargil invasion.

    INX Media case: 71 retired bureaucrats write to PM Modi, express concern over prosecution of four officials
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    INX Media case: 71 retired bureaucrats write to PM Modi, express concern over prosecution of four officials

    Seventy-one former bureaucrats have written an open letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressing concern over the prosecution of four retired officers of Finance Ministry in the INX Media case, asserting that it was done in a bid to gain "narrow political advantages."

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